The benefits of being a peer reviewer
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The benefits of being a peer reviewer

Ian Hulatt @RCNi_Ian Consultant editor, Mental Health Practice
Catherine Gamble @minifeet2 RCN professional lead, Mental health nursing
Meg Polacsek @DrMegPolacsek Research assistant, National Ageing Research Institute, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Victoria, Australia
Satwant Singh @satwant_1 Accredited cognitive behavioural therapist, trainer and supervisor

Four reviewers discuss the rewards of encouraging others to publish with RCNi

When asked about the principles that had guided his career, Hollywood actor Jack Lemmon replied that it was important to ‘send the elevator back down’.

Mental Health Practice. 22, 3, 14-14. doi: 10.7748/mhp.22.3.14.s10

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